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Updated July 26, 2022

An Arkansas 14-Day Notice to Quit (Non-Compliance) is a notification letter used when the landlord finds the tenant in breach of the rental agreement for something other than non-payment of rent. The notice to quit must explain the reasons for the notice served and how to fix it. Misrepresenting information on the rental application or rental agreement can initiate the landlord to give a 14-day notice.

If the tenant fixes the breach within 14 days of receiving the notice, the tenant may continue to normally lease the property from the landlord. When the breach goes unfixed, the landlord can proceed with an eviction.

Laws –  A.C.A. § 18-17-701

How to Write

Step 1 – Complete to the 14-Day Notice to Quit by filling in the following information:

  • Name of Tenant
  • Tenant’s Address
  • Description of Violation(s)
  • Other Violations
  • Date Served
  • Signature of Landlord/Agent
  • Landlord’s Address & Telephone Number

Step 2 – Serve the document to the tenant in person. If the tenant is unavailable, leave the notice attached to the tenant’s door or send it by certified mail.